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But we are also passionate about encouraging everybody to get hands on with technology. Coding is for everyone, whether you’re five years old or ninety five.
Listed below are some of our recommended resources to get you started today. Unless stated — all of these are free!
- Code Newbie: podcast on hundreds of technical topics aimed at people with zero knowledge
- Codeschool: interactive learning paths and coding courses
- Treehouse: videos, coding exercises and projects on hundreds of technical topics (£20/month)
For taking it to the next level
- Codewars: solve programming problems in the language of your choice
- Udacity: alongside their paid nanodegrees there are lots of free modules on programming, data science and even how to become a driverless car engineer.
For the next generation (resources for children)
- Code Club volunteer led after school coding clubs
- Code Today face to face children’s courses during school holidays and after school
- Scratch— A brilliant intro to programming/computational thinking for young children.
- Blockly — Google Blockly, great fun for children and adults!
- Tech Will Save Us Combining building, craft, science, technology and coding with fun and play.
For more serious learners
- If you want todedicate several months of full-time learning there are many programming bootcamps available, such as Makers Academy, Le Wagon and Founders and Coders.
- At Decoded we recently launched the Data Fellowship where you can gain cutting edge data analytics skills and qualifications online. All alongside your current role and fully funded by the Apprenticeship Levy.
And if you find that you catch the coding bug you don’t have to do it alone. There are a wealth of coding meet-ups across the UK where you can meet like-minded people and get extra support in your new coding journey. Search for something near you on meetup.com (some of our favourites are Codebar and Ladies of Code) or find a local hackathon to work on a real project for a whole weekend.
We’d love to hear how you get on with your coding journey, keep us updated by tweeting us @DecodedCo